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The business of being Bob Dylan

Kevin Steeves |

There's a sense of giddiness in Dennis Bailey's voice when he recalls the first time that the music of Bob Dylan resonated with him: “'Nashville Skyline:' And only because Johnny Cash was on...

Ranger Solar advances its 50MW solar project at Sanford airport

James McCarthy |

Sanford City Council on Tuesday approved an updated lease agreement for 390 acres of city-owned property at Sanford-Seacoast Regional Airport on which Ranger Solar of Yarmouth plans to develop a...

$13M Brunswick Downeaster facility expands Boston service

The Northern New England Passenger Rail Authority is set to unveil its $13 million train facility in Brunswick this weekend, which, when fully operational, will allow the Amtrak Downeaster to run a...

72-unit Scarborough apartment complex clears first reading

A six-building, 72-unit apartment complex that would sit at the end of Honan Road in Scarborough received unanimous approval by the Town Council during a first reading on Wednesday.

Expansive shopping plaza gets OK in Westbrook

A 500,000-square-foot shopping center is coming to Westbrook after city officials unanimously approved the redevelopment of an 80-acre parcel at the intersection of Main Street and Larrabee Road.

Developer looks to add 108 apartments to Westbrook subdivision

The Scarborough-based construction firm Risbara Bros. has set its sights on building nine new apartment buildings at the Blue Spruce Farm subdivision in Westbrook.

Massimo’s pizza closure makes way for Italian bistro

Massimo’s Pizza Bar in downtown Bangor permanently closed on Monday after less than a year of business, and its owners said they will sell it to local restaurateur Bob Cutler.

Owners of Middle Eastern food truck to open Portland restaurant

The owners of CN Shawarma, which bills itself as “Arabian BBQ on wheels,” plans a 1,452-square-foot restaurant in the city's East Bayside food hub.

Feds investigate suspected welfare fraud at Portland market

The owner of Ahram Halal Market on Forest Avenue in Portland is being investigated by federal authorities in connection with suspected welfare fraud.

Hannaford sells former Gorham horse track to Moody's Collision for $1.2M

Laurie Schreiber |

GORHAM — A former 61.6-acre horse track track that Hannaford Brothers Co. owned for over a decade has been sold for $1.2 million to Moody's Co-Worker Owned Inc., owner of Moody's Collision...